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[News] Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine"ANN.lu
Posted on 20-Mar-2000 15:55 GMT by Christian Kemp9 comments
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Peter Langlois quotes an article on Wired News: For the umpteenth time in its nearly two-decade long history, the beloved Amiga computer will once again be resurrected. On April 1, at Amiga 2000, a developer's show in St. Louis, Amiga's new owners will unveil a new developers' machine, according to company officials, who acquired the platform rights from Gateway last year. [..]
Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine" : Comment 1 of 9ANN.lu
Posted by Marco Ridoni on 19-Mar-2000 23:00 GMT
Yes, there are a few mistakes here and there (quite reasonable for people who're supposed to work with "ordinary" computers and not with Amiga's: e.g. they don't mention PPC's) but it's a good thing to appear on Wired.
Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine" : Comment 2 of 9ANN.lu
Posted by Firebird^ on 19-Mar-2000 23:00 GMT
Well, we can hope, in any case. ;)
Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine" : Comment 3 of 9ANN.lu
Posted by Firebird^ on 19-Mar-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Marco Ridoni):
In my opinion, the Amiga has never been an "ordinary computer". ;)
Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine" : Comment 4 of 9ANN.lu
Posted by TOASTER on 19-Mar-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Firebird^):
Couldn't agree more ;)
Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine" : Comment 5 of 9ANN.lu
Posted by Floyd Dameron on 19-Mar-2000 23:00 GMT
So far what I have read in the article looks good. If they deliver in the
promise, then the bleak day of the Amigoid is over and happy days are here again.
Long live the Amiga.
Floyd Dameron
Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine" : Comment 6 of 9ANN.lu
Posted by Floyd Dameron on 19-Mar-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Firebird^):
In reply to comment 3, I've always found it to be extraordinary. After all it
was the first with a 32 bit os, stereo sound and graphics that were better than
"all right" for a price that was down to Earth.
Floyd Dameron
Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine" : Comment 7 of 9ANN.lu
Posted by RBY on 20-Mar-2000 23:00 GMT
www.warpgate.org
Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine" : Comment 8 of 9ANN.lu
Posted by Marco Ridoni on 20-Mar-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Firebird^):
That's just what I meant. For "ordinary computers" I meant PCs & Macs, or those machines you usually find in homes or offices.
Wired News: Amiga has "More Lives Than Shirley MacLaine" : Comment 9 of 9ANN.lu
Posted by AH^ on 20-Mar-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Floyd Dameron):
EXCUSE ME!!!! EXcuuuuuuuuuuuse Me!! Windoze is FIRST with all of that!!!
Hehehehe...Of course we all know how Micro$oft lies to the GP. EH?
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